Automotive Technician Mechanic (All Levels)

This person requires the ability to perform any/all diagnosis and repairs (including computer systems and drivability) required to a vehicle with a bare minimum of assistance and/or guidance. They require the ability to work through the diagnosis and repair process. While the company provides computer access the upper level of this grade would be expected to own their own computer and/or scanning equipment for use at the shop. This person would be a candidate to be a Mentor of an apprentice.
Level of experience and accreditation:
Minimum of 5 years' experience as an Automotive Technician
Minimum of 6 current ASE Certifications (non-body repair) - Preferably Master ASE Certified to include L-1 Certification
Maintain a minimum average production level of 105%
All Technicians are expected to own their own hand tools. The company will provide larger "shop" equipment such as lifts, jacks, lathes, battery chargers, welders, scanners, etc. Technicians will have access to Alldata and/or other resources to access data and reference material via a company owned computer, however we promote the use of personal p.c. for the purpose of accessing data resources. The company would provide a key for that purpose and supply the Technician with updated discs, as they are available.

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